PhD, Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium) 1999; Laurea (magna cum laude), University of Padova (Italy) 1995.
Associate Professor of PsychologyCourses Taught:
- Social Psychology
- Statistics III
- “The Perception of The Other in International Relations: Evidence for the Polarizing Effect of Entitativity,” Political Psychology (with collaborators, 2003)
- “I Belong, Therefore, I Exist: Ingroup Identification, Ingroup Entitativity, and Ingroup Bias,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (with collaborators, 2002)
- “Who May Enter? The Impact of Ingroup Identification on Ingroup Outgroup Categorization,” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (with collaborators, 2002)
- “European Identity: A Social Psychological Perspective,” in R.H. Herrmann et al. (eds.), Identities in Europe and theInstitutions of the European Union.
The New School for Social ResearchPhone Number/Extension:
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New York, NY 10011
212-229-5727 x3098Email:firstname.lastname@example.orgResearch Interests:
Motives and consequences of social identification; group agency, essentialism, and entativity; collective responsibility, guilt, and shame; dehumanization of the Other; terror management theory; European identity; self-objectification theory.